Living my best life here.
Eadie responds that we shouldn't test these principles against such extreme examples.
I suspect that how the justices feel about these questions will determine outcome.
- Courts risk muddying separation of powers
- Courts have no basis on which to judge what are essentially political decisions.
- What if govt has majority?
- If Parl is prorogued by definition, it can't exert any control.
Lady Black doesn't seem terribly convinced.
It's a decent point.MPs could have seen this coming. They didn't act.
Lady Hale: “You might have to explain why 1966 is significant.”
There’s no way she should be made to retire.
Lady Hale: "You have seventeen minutes precisely."
I adore her.
That's the infamous Supreme Court decision which ruled that black people could not be citizens of the United States, even if they were free.
Lady Hale did not look impressed.
Good old Brexit Britain.